Moa extinct: Brewery sold, group rebrands as Savor

Staff reporters
Fri, 19 Feb 2021

Staff reporters
Fri, 19 Feb 2021
Moa Group has sold its brewing interests to Mallbeca, a company associated with Moa's current chief executive Stephen Smith, in a non-cash deal worth $1.9 million.In a statement to the NZX, the company said it will rebrand to Savor Limited from March 1, to better reflect its move into hospitality which includes its Non Solo Pizza and Azabu brands. Its NZX listing ticker will change to SVR.Moa Brewing will continue to be run by Smith with the transaction expected to be completed by the end of February.Savor's incoming chief executive Luc...

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